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Telekinetic Trees?


My one and ONLY paranormal experience involves a tree. The house in which I grew up had two 60-foot-plus tall pine trees in the backyard. When I was about 12 or 13 I started building a treehouse in the taller tree to the right. After a few weeks of sporadic work on it, and installing the "crow's nest" near the tree top, I decided to install a small (3'x3') round platform on the first level of branches as a landing at the top of the rope ladder which was about 15 feet up from the ground. With my back on the trunk and my knees spread out on each branch, I was hammering this platform into the branch, and eventually one hammer swing completely missed everything and all my momentum went down towards the ground. I immediately realized what a mistake it was to put myself in that unbalanced position. The hammer fell to the ground as I put my hands out in preparation to fall head first. By this point in my life, having three brothers, my body had tumbled, fallen, and ricocheted every way possible on numerous occasions so I was anticipating and ready to somehow absorb this long fall. But... I just hovered there, with my hands and head hanging down, my body defying the laws of physics, shocked that I wasn't falling. Something unseen was holding me up! So I got my hands back on the branches and climbed down, went in the house, and tried to figure out what just happened. I have a very analytical and logical personality, so I have to believe we must have watchers, or guardian angels of some sort. Either that, or trees have legitimate psychic abilities involving telekinesis. This was in approx. 1988. Interestingly, in 2013, a strong storm blew that tree down and some of the branches came through the house into the kitchen.

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